A Fort Campbell soldier was killed in Afghanistan Friday.
The Department of Defense says 20-year old Private First Class Patricia Horne of Greenwood, Mississippi died in Bagram, Afghanistan.
She was assigned to the 96th Aviation Support Battalion, 101st Combat Aviation Brigade of the 101st Airborne Division.
The military did not give the circumstances of her death.
One gunshot was fired in a home invasion on the east side of Hopkinsville early Sunday morning, though no one was injured in incident.
Hopkinsville Police Officer Edward Eastman says the perpetrator kicked open the door at 101 Shipp Street around 2:40 this morning, with a woman and her four children at home at the time.
The woman told police she screamed when the perpetrator came in and that he fired one shot, striking the door frame to her bedroom.
The suspect fled the scene soon after, taking nothing with him and the incident remains under investigation.
A wreck Friday night in Muhlenberg County injured a Powderly woman.
The report from Kentucky State Police Sgt. Dean Patterson says 24-year old Jackie Littlepage of Powderly was southbound on U.S. 431 about two miles south of Drakesboro when she said she heard a loud pop. That’s when she said her steering wheel started to move quickly from side to side, causing her to run off the right side of the road.
Ms. Littlepage over-corrected, running off the other side of the road and into a tree. She was taken by ambulance to Muhlenberg Community Hospital for treatment of her injuries.
KSP was assisted on the scene by Muhlenberg County EMS and the Drakesboro Volunteer Fire Department.
Hopkinsville Police are investigating an armed robbery at a Rozelle Avenue address from early Saturday morning.
Officer Josh Fields writes on the report that the incident happened around 4am at 315 Rozelle, when four black males came in an unlocked door and asked for money while armed with three handguns.
The four perpetrators reportedly searched the residence and left, only taking 20 dollars from 27-year old Shequita Buckner of Hopkinsville, who was one of three victims in the home along with 28-year old Kimberly Harrell of Elkton and 34-year old Tremaine Welch of Hopkinsville.
Police have names for two of the suspects and the other two are unknown.
A wreck on U.S. 68-80 in Cadiz Friday night sent a Graves County woman to a Nashville hospital.
Cadiz Police say 40-year old Gary Gardner, Jr. of Blue Springs Road Cadiz was attempting to turn left off 68 onto Main Street just after 7pm and turned into the path of a westbound vehicle driven by 63-year old Deborah Smith of Farmington, who was traveling at normal speed.
Ms. Smith was flown to Vanderbilt University Medical Center for treatment of leg and head injuries, while Gardner was treated at Trigg County Hospital for leg and chest injuries. Officer Roger Knight is the investigating officer.